The Piano Instrument
Piano instrument is played by using a keyboard and is one of the most common as well as popular instruments in the world. Although it is often expensive and is not easily moveable, it is the piano's adaptability and ubiquity that have made it one of the most familiar musical instruments in the world. Read about the Piano instrument and its use in mambo music.
The Piano instrument has been largely used in classical music for solo performances, band use, and chamber music and as well as a supplement. You will find piano as a primary rhythmic instrument in most Mambo charts. Besides being a primary rhythmic instrument in Mambo music, it also provides chordal structure and some of the melody/solo lines. It is very popular as an aid to composing and rehearsal.
The Piano instrument founds the syncopated "clave" rhythm that is a trademark of many mambos. Though piano is quite commonly used today, in older mambos such as 1950s era, there are some charts that do not include it. The piano instrument is very essential in Western classical music, jazz, film, television. What is interesting about Piano instrument is that the piano keyboard offers an effortless means of complex melodic and harmonic interplay, quite a large number of composers are expert pianists today.
The piano instruments are still popular for private household ownership. They are also sometimes referred to by nicknames like "the ivories", "the joanna", "the eighty-eight", "the black and white", and "the little joe". Playing the piano is sometimes called to as "tickling the ivories".